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Hysteria (2011) film trailer. The exciting invention of the vibrator WWW.GOODNEWS.WS

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Published on Feb 20, 2012

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The exciting invention of the vibrator. A romantic comedy based on the truth of how Mortimer Granville devised the invention of the first vibrator in the name of medical science. Director: Tanya Wexler. Writers: Stephen Dyer (story), Stephen Dyer. Stars: Maggie Gyllenhaal, Hugh Dancy and Jonathan Pryce. Hysteria is a British romantic comedy film directed by Tanya Wexler. It stars Felicity Jones, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Rupert Everett and Hugh Dancy. The film, set in the Victorian era, is about the invention of the vibrator. The film's title refers to the once-common medical diagnosis of female hysteria.

Cast:
Felicity Jones as Emily Dalrymple
Maggie Gyllenhaal as Charlotte Dalrymple
Hugh Dancy as Dr. Mortimer Granville
Rupert Everett as Lord Edmund St. John-Smythe
Jonathan Pryce as Dr. Robert Dalrymple
Ashley Jensen as Fanny
Anna Chancellor
Gemma Jones
Tobias Menzies
Sheridan Smith as Molly the Lolly
Kate Linder as Lady Cherwi
David Ryall
Dominic Borrelli as Man at Edwards
Georgie Glen
Malcolm Rennie
Jonathan Rhodes as PC Fugate
Jules Werner as Jack
Elisabet Johannesdottir as Mrs. Pearce
Kim Criswell as Mrs. Castellari
Leila Schaus as Tess
Catherine Meunier as Patient
Corinna Marlowe as Lady Perrigott
Teresa Mahoney as Woman1 Queuing

Hysteria, in its colloquial use, describes unmanageable emotional excesses. People who are "hysterical" often lose self-control due to an overwhelming fear that may be caused by multiple events in one's past[citation needed] that involved some sort of severe conflict; the fear can be centered on a body part, or, most commonly, on an imagined problem with that body part. Disease is a common complaint; see also Body dysmorphic disorder and Hypochondriasis. Generally, modern medical professionals have given up the use of "hysteria" as a diagnostic category, replacing it with more precisely defined categories such as somatization disorder. In 1980, the American Psychiatric Association officially changed the diagnosis of "hysterical neurosis, conversion type" to "conversion disorder".

Hysteria (2011) film trailer WWW.GOODNEWS.WS
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